PRODUCTS DATA SHEETS
Fixed on top of concrete slab and wood deck
The glass dividers assembled, according to Alumiguard MFG standards, are consistent with the regulations of the Ontario Building Code applicable.
The glass dividers are composed of aluminum posts, alloy 6063-T5 and tempered glass.
The post AG 001 is extruded in a high-strength aluminum alloy with superior mechanical characteristics. It includes an AG 002 aluminum base for the installation on top of concrete slabs and wood deck allowing a perfect adjustment of each aluminum post. Each component is attached with each other with self-tapping screws.
The glass panels are tempered and are in compliance with safety requirements of the glass of OBC (OBC 126.96.36.199. glass in Guards). They are inserted into aluminum glass channels AG 008 and kept tight using rubber U-channel extrusions.
Alumiguard MFG standard posts used for glass dividers are square-shaped of 3” x 3”. Posts and aluminum Bases are covered with Plastic Covers AG 016 which fit the component.
2.2 Glass divider finish
The glass divider system will be powder-coated with colors to be selected by the customer. Alumiguard MFG standard color chart comprises White, Warm Beige, Black, Clay, Commercial Brown, Charcoal, and Cashmere.
All anchor bolts and plugs for concrete shall be steel type 316 SS/ 304SS. Self-tapping screws are used for other assemblies and are in stainless steel.
Lag screws for wood are in stainless steel, 410 SS/ 304S. Wood blockings under the deck are used to fix the lag screws. Self-tapping screws are used for other assemblies and are in stainless steel.
3.Fabrication / Installation
Alumiguard MFG aluminum glass dividers will be delivered on the job site in pre-assembled elements if the customer requires it and will be installed according to the Alumiguard’s MFG instructions.
4.Height of glass dividers
The total height of the glass dividers will be (72”) 1830 mm. All the measurements will be taken on the job site before the fabrication is made.
Submitted shop drawings will be sealed by a professional engineer and will indicate materials, dimensions, thicknesses, connections, joints method of anchorage, number of anchors, supports details, accessories, and relationship to adjacent work.